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Cycling Central Vermont


Cycling Central Vermont is magical! Vermont is famous for its mountains, but there are plenty of flat areas for easy pedaling. In the north of the state, the Missisquoi Valley Rail Trail is a 26-mile (42km) run. Start in St. Albans, enjoy lovely scenery on the way and finish in Richford, with its views of Jay Peak ski resort. Also in Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom is the award-winning Kingdom Trails with pastoral and wild settings. Or, cycle along the shore of Lake Champlain. The Burlington Waterfront Bikeway follows the former Rutland Railway for 7 miles (11km). Great views of the Adirondack Mountains across the lake in New York State!

Our trees explode in color in the fall. Hotels book up months in advance, tours are sold out to. Plan to book early to experience the amazing colors of fall. Color change begins in mid-September and runs through the first two to three weeks in October and varies by elevation, progressing from north to south and higher to lower elevations during the course of the season. Stay up to date with the fall foliage reports here

Bed and breakfasts in Vermont offer a unique lodging stay to travelers. Get to know the owner and see what Vermonter’s are all about. Our own Amee Farm , located on scenic Route 100 in the idyllic New England village of Pittsfield is the perfect Vermont bed and breakfast… relaxed country elegance at its best.  (With some of the best biking right at the front door!)

One of joys of visiting Vermont is the large number of Covered Bridges we have to offer Check them all out here… they are a grand destination when on 2 wheels…

Ready to book a trip? How about a private cycling tour? Great Bike Tours calls Vermont home and who else to show you the best sights than the locals? Learn all about booking our private and fall foliage trips and book your vacation today!.

Learn more about Amee Farm here

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